Thursday, December 30th, 2010
It has been a pleasure looking for the coolest stations all over the world, the best albums that came out, checking out festivals, tours and events for you! We really hope you enjoyed the coverage of things we gave you.
We’d really like to thank all our readers & followers and thought this would be the perfect opportunity to do an ‘Streamium around the world’ post.
Let’s start with Australasia, we’d like to introduce Matariki FM, located on Cook Islands. Although Matariki FM is predominantly and parochially native, its magazine style format is bilingual; that is the Rarotonga Cook Islands Maori language and English.
From Asia with love: Hamara-Sangeet Radio from India is, as they say, the best online station for Indian songs. Here you will find soothing music which will touch your heart.
Moving over to Africa: Contact FM from Kigali, Rwanda plays mainly world music, but also discusses political issues.
Now we’re poppin over to Europe. Stockholm, Sweden to be exact. Hit FM offers you a pleasant, danceable & energetic mix of the best dance, euro, disco, techno, club and house tunes with a smile and a few cool jams thrown in. They’ve been doing their job since 1988, so they know what their doing!
911 Groovy Radio from San José, Costa Rica, is probably Central Americas hippest station. These guys will deliver Hip Hop and Indie-Electro like they mean it. For all native Spanish speakers amongst you - check out their website too! It does have a great design but unfortunately, we are not able to read Spanish
South America is bringing Radio Panamericana to you, broadcast from La Paz, Bolivia. They do a very wild mix of Latin, Pop and other genres. Worth checking out!
For stations from North America, we’d like to concentrate on the Caribbean. 88Rockkorsou from Willemstad is a very young format that offers a full spectrum far bigger than only rock music: RnB, Hip-Hop, Rap, Soul, Pop – you name it!
A crew of young DJ’s guarantee the consistent dynamic approach, of course, guided by the experience of the older part of the family, who really know what radio is all about…
So we hope we gave you a nice overview of what is possible and where you can go via STREAMIUM. All there’s left to say is have a great start into 2011, Happy New Year!